I started my undergraduate education in the Department of Psychology at METU in 2007 and completed it in 2012. I started my master's degree in Developmental Psychology in 2012 at the METU Department of Psychology and completed it in 2014. I received my Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology sub-field from the METU Psychology department in 2020. During my graduate education, I took part in various academic projects such as Growing Under Protection and TAÇEP, which included both cross-sectional and longitudinal research. In 2014, I started my career as a research assistant at Gazi University, Department of Psychology. Between 2015-2018, I worked as a research assistant at METU with the assignment of YÖK. Currently, I am working as a research assistant Dr. at Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University. My main areas of interest are sibling relationships, family relationships, and close relationships including parent-child relationships. In my work, I focus on issues such as the conflict in close relationships, conflict resolution strategies, parenting, temperament, parent-child conversations, sibling relationships, and parental bias.